Hyginus (Caius Julius). Poeticon astronomicon. Éd. Jacobus Santinus et Johannes Lucilius Santritter. — Venezia : Erhard Ratdolt, Pridie Idus Octobris [14 x] 1482. — 4°, ill. Cote du document : OEXV 540 (P3) Topic: Sciences et arts
This article is from Journal of Surgical Technique and Case Report, volume 5.AbstractUterovaginal prolapse presenting at birth is very rare. The cause is attributed to conditions that can cause poor innervation or weakness of the pelvic floor muscle and the supporting ligaments. Different methods of treatment have been used in the past to reduce and maintain reduction of the prolapse. We report a case of a congenital UVP in a day old child noticed at delivery. He was delivered breech and had a... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3977332
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byDim, Cyril C.; Akogu, Sunday P.; Ezegwui, Hyginus U.; Olusina, Daniel B.
This article is from Nigerian Medical Journal : Journal of the Nigeria Medical Association, volume 53.AbstractLeiomyomatosis peritonealis disseminata (LPD) is a rare condition. A 48-year-old multiparous woman was referred because of an incidental ultrasound finding suggestive of LPD. She had a 6-year past history of use of combined oral contraceptive pills. LPD was also suspected at laparotomy and confirmed by histology. She had total abdominal hysterectomy, bilateral salpingo ophorectomy and... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3531039
bySchelius, Rabodus Hermannus, 1622-1662; Hyginus, Gromaticus. De castrametatione liber; Polybius. Historiae. Liber VI. Latin. Selections; Pluymer, Joost, fl. 1657-1673
Latin text of Hyginus Gromaticus and Greek text from Polybius' Historiae with parallel Latin translation are both printed in double columns. First text is work probably of the 1st century, mistakenly assigned to Hyginus Gromaticus in the 16th century. See Oxford Classical Dictioinary under Hyginus (2) and (4) Topics: Military camps, Fortification